New Orleans Saints:
New t-shirt available to commemorate Taysom Hill sticking it to the haters - Canal Street Chronicles
A new t-shirt from BreakingT is now available, commemorating Taysom Hill’s debut game, a victory of rival Atlanta Falcons.
The Return of Malcolm Jenkins, and 3 More Takeaways from Jim Schwartz - Eaglemaven
Malcolm Jenkins, former Philadelphia Eagle, will be returning to Philadelphia to take on his former team.
Sean Payton shares update on Drew Brees’ injury recovery - Saints Wire
Sean Payton says, “Hopefully it’s sooner than later, though,” in regards to Drew Brees’ return.
Saints Ty Montgomery joins fight to save life of man battling leukemia - Canal Street Chronicles
Ty Montgomery’s cleats were promoting “a registry for life-saving bone marrow donors.”
Report: Atlanta Falcons plan to interview Saints’ director of pro scouting Terry Fontenot for GM position - NOLA
Following the firing of Atlanta Falcons’ GM earlier this season, the Falcons are reportedly Saints’ Terry Fontenot for the job.
Philadelphia Eagles Name Jalen Hurts Starting Quarterback Against New Orleans Saints - CBS Philly
The Philadelphia Eagles have named Jalen Hurts as the starting quarterback against the Saints, with Carson Wentz backing him up.
Overreactions from Saints victory over Atlanta Falcons - Canal Street Chronicles
Some Saints fans were not afraid to share hot takes following the Saints sweep of the Falcons.
Eagles’ HC Doug Pederson is naming Jalen Hurts his new starting quarterback and the rookie will start Sunday vs. the New Orleans Saints, sources tell @mortreport and me. Carson Wentz now will backup Hurts.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 8, 2020
The last Saints-Eagles game— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) December 8, 2020
NFC Divisional Playoff Game:
Trailing 14-0 and the Eagles driving:
"INTERCEPTED! Lattimore went up and got it!"
Up 20-14 with under 2 mins left in the game and the Eagles driving:
"IT'S LATTIMORE!" #NOvsPHI on Sunday (FOX - 3:25 pm CT) pic.twitter.com/Jh9IOUYbUg
#Saints | @Kwon pic.twitter.com/onQYxkEpVo— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) December 9, 2020